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organizations china coverage. we're back with matt and brett joins the panel. how extensive is this china hacking of the united states companies? >> last year we had a visit of a u.s. lawmaker and there are two kinds of companies. there are companies that have been hacked by the chinese and those that don't know they have been hacked. so it's absolutely ubiquitous and google being hacked. "wall street journal" broke the story about british aerospace. >> paul: is this a nuisance or genuinely a threat to national security or the u.s. economy? >> it's a real threat to the economy because it allows the chinese to steal terrabytes of intellectual property and all of a sudden the china puts out fighters that look like our fighters or bullet trains that look like german or japanese trains. so it allows them not to put the huge investment in research and development. >> paul: why do they do this? there is a tell secrets to actually innovation and do it yourself? why else do they do it? >> to me, what is new here is the media companies. the chinese has been so focused on commercial espionage and c
only 15 other countries, china, wall street firms were bidding on the debt. now you know if you have an auction at your house and 100 people show up you're probably going to do a lot better in terms of the deal than if 15 people show up. so the cost of money where we run into problems and where congressman paul is right, if we don't deal with this the cost of money is going to wipe out any spending, any tax increases, anything else. we have to -- we can't be greece, we can't be spain. and have our debt equal our gross domestic product. host: from texas. good morning. caller: good morning. i'm so tired of all this immigration stuff and we've got to take care of the mexicans and stuff. how come you all don't find a solution to keep them from coming up here to begin with? and find out why they're all running from mexico. if they're such great people why don't they fight for their own freedom down there instead of trying to come steal our kids' livelihood? host: part of the two-point debate over immigration. those who are here and also border security. guest: again, that's why if you loo
the national anthem at a hockey game. plus -- china celebrating a start to their lunar new year calendar. the traditional way. with fireworks! >> some incredible video of fireworks lighting up the night sky in beijing. as people in china celebrated the first few hours of the chinese new year saturday night. the fireworks were set off at midnight on the first day of the month in china's lunar calendar. it's a tradition they've been following for centuries. the media in china says tens of thousands of firefighters and police officers were on standby -- in case of any fires and emergencies. >> and take a look at this! -- during the national anthem at a bakersfield condors hockey game on friday the teams mascot got free from its handler and escaped across the ice. the handler managed to chase it down. but took a hard spill on the ice. allowing the condor to get loose again. the large bird then hops across the ice and leaps onto the bakersfield bench sending some players and their coach away in terror. eventually the condor headed down the tunnel to the lockerroom where its handler was able t
in a horse meat scandal. >>> ringing in the new year in china thifl long-standing tradition missing from many celebrations this year. >>> and nice weather today, very nice, actually. tomorrow, sunday, seems like it will with up to its anyway. the accuweather forecast is ahead. >> here's a look at what is head on abc's world news as 5:30. >> great to see you. tomorrow here on world news, more on the deadly blizzard in this part of the done trix -- country. >> cities with 38 inches of snow, we're displrks the baby born during the storm. >>> in your part of the country, the manhunt for a former police officer, he dangerous training we did not know he had. >>> the famous actress in hollywood and a critic in hot water. water. what he said about her well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv f
. if the president can lead and pull a nixon in china on entitlement reform. maybe that can start to change the long-term tied. the deficit is improving. the long-term debt is the real problem. >> great to see you guys, thanks so much, have a great weekend. >>> of all the things our government spends money on. what do you think is the most expensive? the answer wasn't the same case 50 years ago, i'll tell you, when we come back. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. we all work remotely so this is a big deal, our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. [ applause ] thank you. and on a protocol note, i'd
and in china and a lot of different places. we are a global company. i will never apologize for that. there is a competitive structure today that works for the united states. it is based on proximity to market, high skilled workforce around materials and the ability to innovate. >> high skills is a key thing. whether or not this benefits the american worker is a huge question. 20 years ago when people thought of going to work in a plant as manufacturing, is the factory job of today different from the factory job of 20 or 30 years today -- ago? >> i hope so. it is similar in some ways and different in some way. if you work for ge, and you assemble jet engines. you go to a factory in north carolina. it has maybe 400 production workers and one manager. you do all lead manufacturing. you do all continuous process flow. the teams drive the productivity. you have empowered teams on the floor. you have sophisticated materials, titanium coming together that is being assembled by people that are working in teaming structures. that is different. in some ways it is the same. in some ways, focus
to advance a diplomatic process between the palestinians at best. >> more than a billion people in china and russia the world have celebrated the first day of the chinese new year. hong kong celebrated with a late night street party. thousands of people watched the dancers mingle with colorful floats and welcome in the year of the snake. the day began with prayers for good fortune. >> these people are queuing up to get into the temple in hong kong. in vain -- bubble is a new era of tradition or they come and give thanks for the year that was and pray for blessings of the years ahead. it is the year of the snake and it is meant to be a challenging one. >> chinese people, that is why we come here, to pray for good fortune for the rest of the year. >> for work, up more money and better health and happy life. >> this is good for kids achievement at school. we are coming to have to wish for them doing great for the next year. >> millions at home and china to spend the holidays with their families. but there are members of the chinese military you won't be celebrating at all. the navy is condu
than three goals and they really only needed one because he was really a great wall of china in china town, if i can say it that way. 27 saves. caps win 5-0. hey coach, that sure felt good, didn't it? >> we were just talking, was it the five goals? kind of both. great for braden. he made the big save for us, and after that, we didn't give him much and we scored some goals and obviously a will the of positives. >> playing two teams on tuesday. well, as much as i make fun of georgetown's offense, which can be painful to watch at times, the hoyas are a game out of first place. john thompson, iii, could care less what his system looks like. how would it fair on the road, though? always a slug fest in the big east. they would say the fibers. he would have 20. that makes six of his last eight games. second half, otto porter doing work down in the coast. one handed stab and then the lay in. the old fashioned three point play. eli carter from deep. the rainbow step back 3. he was 4 of 9, 80 seconds to go. my name is otto and i like buckets. the window work in one. he goes for 19-14. georget
hours of original video production a day. we have -- they have viewers in china, in new york, and so on. so why? because the cost per mile, which is the unit of advertising, i think is extremely high for vild owe production. again, i can give you the numbers for the journal, but i know they are very high. that's a the case for a lot of other organizations. "new york times" is doing the same. so as an ipod app we know that on the user side there is a need for more portable device that can just aggregate all the best news channels that are there. this is what we do. >> got to cut all of you off because we're going to run out of time. but traditional media is awesome. i think we'll leave it there. >> traditional media bring the quality of the experience. and this is what everybody wants in a device. >> flattery will get you everywhere. thank you for being here this morning. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >>> it is fashion week in new york city and i bet you probably didn't know that. and there's the problem. getting silicon valley to dress up when "press: here" continues. >>> welcome back
of the islamic republic, he is a globetrotter, dropping by the u.n., venezuela, brazil, and china. ahmadinejad has probably become the most recognizable iranian face in the world. he makes outrageous, provocative statements about everything from gays to israel to the holocaust. but back home, he has always been a dangerous opponent of the clerics who actually run the country. ahmadinejad remembers the layperson without any spiritual authority, but he is a twice-elected president with populist appeal. real power rests with the supreme leader, ayatollah khomeini, the man who controls the revolutionary guards, the military backbone of the regime. on the issue of iran's nuclear program from what we can tell ahmadinejad is actually the moderate. he wants to be the president who negotiates with america, breaks iran's isolation, and makes a deal resolving the nuclear problem. during his last presidential campaign, he was even attacked by the opposition leader mousavi for offering too many concessions to the west. well, this week ayatollah khomeini slapped him down. ahmadinejad and his foreign ministe
] with that, china and most asian countries marked the occasion today. it is now the year of the snake. >> looks almost like times square there. they had fireworks. it scares away the evil spirits. >> still here. >> we got off lucky. i wish we could've brought more snow. we will work on that in the next week or so. look outside. clear skies. temperature is 33 degrees. wind chill factor at 25. winds coming out of the northwest at nine miles per hour. 43 was the high at reagan national. 46 is the average. wind gusts on the weatherbug 45 degrees --ut order five miles per hour earlier. upper northwest d.c., around 50 miles per hour. frederick looking at 23. winchester, 27. snow on the ground. 15 in boston with 25 inches of snow. the snow has come to an end. few remaining flakes will opt coast. snow showers will dissipate. they will have a lot of digging do over the next couple of days. jackpot in connecticut. 30 inches of snow. at one point they were looking hour. inches per wow. unbelievable. here is the futurecast. during the day tomorrow, clouds will start to filter in. monday, a differ
with the ban. >>> to china tonight, where they're celebrating the new year. beijing's dangerous pollution levels weren't enough to dampen the fireworks right there. it's the year of snake which is not considered a positive sign among many there in china. >>> still much more ahead on "world news" this saturday night. so many people loved her in that movie "bridesmaids." tonight, many fans are taking a stand on something else. after a critic launched a firestorm over what he said about her. let's us know what you think when we come back. [ stefan ] with a cold or flu, nighttime nasal congestion can be the worst part. my medicine alone doesn't always give me all the congestion relief i need to sleep. [ female announcer ] adding breathe right nasal strips can make all the difference. it's proven to instantly relieve cold or flu nasal congestion. [ stefan ] and because it's drug free, it's safe to use with any medicine to relieve my nighttime stuffy nose. so i can breathe better and sleep better. [ female announcer ] go to breatheright.com for special offers. [ female announcer ] go to breathe
. china is already happening it's already happening what they call a slow motion human catastrophe. where you are going have hundred of millions, literally hundreds of mills of -- millions of people who are elderly with no state support whatsoever in terms of pension and health care. and very little money to support them. they have as one child policy almost no project any of their own. what are the chinese going do with the old people? it's a terrifying question. >> host: if you're convinced it's a rolling datesser ever some kind. what works or what doesn't? what can be done? what, if anything, could the government to do encourage families to have more children? >> guest: nothing works. we're doomed. that's how we -- so people have been trying to do this for a long time. caesar agust ties saw he had a fertility problem. he passed a tax thing to make people have more problems. the soviet union had a medal to women to who had five or more children. you can get them on ebay now. they are cool. they didn't work. as i said in france and the nordic countries have spent a better part of the eig
, to intellectual property. the blueprints for jobs in the next generation with nation states slyke china, and it has gotten exponentially worse, even since the presidential debates. it is unbelievable and breathtaking. the second part of that is the attack part that we're so vulnerable for, actually shutting down our financial services or finding other ways to destroy material in companies that won't allow them to function on a day-to-day basis. and that is very, very concerning. we've seen that recently with iran. >> schieffer: jane, what-- are we being attacked now? >> yes. keith islamabad the hea alexander has said there have been 19 ear 20 substantial cyber attack in addition the last several years, more to come. i think we're much more vulnerable to a catastrophic cyber attack than a catastrophic terrorist attack in the homeland. we have done a better job of decapitating al qaeda. it's not capable, i don't think, any more of an attack like 9/11. congress has not act. there have been several bills introduced, including one by my colleague and friend, mike, but they haven't moved. and
and china, tre's awfu lot of people being born every day. there is room here. i think people will drift in this direction. the island is not prejudiced. in fact, i think they could not care less as long as people come in. that is what you need. >> his idea is simple -- anyone who does not want to work with sheep can collect seaweed instead. it is widely used in the cosmetics industry. he says the tourist industry could be expanded. the mayor has already broht one new family to the island, but th are scottish. both adults are employed by the local council. the mother works as a home care for the elderly while the father repairs to roads unloading supplies from ships and also works as a fireman. the family rents one of two new houses recently built by the council. >> the house you live in previously was bigger than this one? th one was a chance of a detached house. we are quite happy with it. it suits us, actually. >> most people who are interested in living here would like to buy a property, preferably one of the old forms here. the problem is that no one is selling. >> when people -- th
of the profit method, they do not want to jeopardize markets in china. >> ooooh -- >> true, true story from corporate c.l.'s. >> not necessarily so. >> you have an issue with this? >> they want to keep their presence and there. that is not a money-making. that is news gathering -- >> i am talking about private corporations, businesses, raided on a regular basis. >> that is 8 this week. that is probably our last segment on popular culture. see you next week. >>> from washington, the "the mclaughlin group," the american original. for over three decades, the sharpest minds, best sources, hardest talk. >> "the mclaughlin group" is brought to you by siemens. ilities, cities, to last. siemens. answers.
, there are apparently no limits. can we strike people in uzbekistan? how about western china? can we strike people anywhere in africa? where can he strike and who can he strike and who decides? >> this is why you have a presidency. >> well, you've got a congress, too, which has war power. >> but the national security of the country is basically in the hands of the presidency. >> he can go where he wants and kill whom he wants. >> there are restraints. >> we're going to be debating -- >> in the pentagon and the cia. >> i mean, his little deputies are over there telling him what he can and can't do? >> this is going to be an ongoing debate in this program, there's no question about it. this is a whole new world. exit question. the united nations human rights council is now examining drone strikes. if some or all of anti- terrorist drone use is found to constitute war crimes, and the u.n. rules the matter to the icc, which is the u.n.'s international criminal court, will president obama be able to travel overseas for the rest of his life without fearing ending up in the icc docket? >> you shoe tell t
was great. just hours ago they announced earnings and in china they were devastating. the chinese stopped eating their food. a smack of desperation there. >> they are turning down our fast-food? they are smarting than we are. anne, you eat nothing but taco bell, so you must be thrilled. >> i am saying wendy's your move. jay wendy's is going to do mcdonalds flavored burgers. i don't know what that means. bill, this is my theory about taco bell, they are a genius. they can make a new product every month out of the same two ingredients, meat and tortillas. and they come up with something new every day. >> they mush it together and it is a slightly different shape. now it is this, and then we do it. aside from china, they are smarter than us. >> it is a taco and flatten it, hey, it is flat. and then hey, guys, watch this. roll it uptight. >> i also don't believe that the names of the products are real spanish words. i think they are like -- >> chime chimechonga. >> they are a delivery system for foods they don't like. >> so are vegetables. >> that's true. vegetables are pointless. chips are l
are purchased from china and research chemical supply companies in china keep up with the law changes in the states. as soon as a couple are banded or outlawed, more are being shipped to wholesale distributors tweaked to skirt those laws. >> nothing can really be done to shut it down. >> it's frustrating. i wouldn't say nothing can be done. we're going after manufacturers and wholesalers for mislabeling and misbranding products and enforcing the laws in place when they do slip up and distribute those that have been banned. >> what can parents do knowing there aren't necessarily a lot of resources when it comes to the law at this point? what can parents do to make sure kids aren't getting ahold of this? >> parents need to be educated about the harmful effects. when i talked to students and go to career days and start talking about forensic science, i 0 notice the kids know far more about the drugs. than adults do and telling me things i have not seen in the lab. i say, don't be fooled by pretty packaging and labeling and appeals to the youth, graphic arts. i say easy access doesn't mea
in two nay and the china diary of george h.w. bush, making of the global president published by princeton university press in 2008. the whole reform with one of our manufacturers with the strategic studies institute and 20 times and he wrote to follow the berlin while the revolutionary legacy of 1989, published by oxford university press in 2009. obviously a mission that the bush school, but it we know he's doing well asset me. i would now like to suggest are going to have a reintroduction to dr. jeff said are you coming up on stage. before he brings his earmarks were going to see a video and this is a pretty significant video because its video in president bush's own words and it chronicles the events following the invasion of kuwait. i would take you now to pay attention to this video and after it's over, we'll have just single, contact to us. thank you very much. [applause] >> in the early-morning hours of august at akkad, following negotiations and promises iraq's dictator, saddam hussein not to use force, a powerful iraqi army invaded it stressed and much weaker neighbor, kuwait. wit
china town in d.c. much more congested than usual today. >>> the sun is shining for now, but won't last much longer. we will talk to your back to work and back to school forecast in just a minute. we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >>> some people in prince georges county are dealing with discolored water because of a water main break. it happened in laurel. the discolored water is not harmful to drink although it can taste a bit different. the company has not issued a boil water advisory. a contract hit the main causing a break. and crews are working now to repair it. >>> it's the year of the snake. last night people in china celebrated the new year with family and look at all those fireworks. meanwhile today many are expected to celebrate the lunar new year. the chinese new year's parade begins to celebrate the year of the snake. the snake symbol ices intelligence, gracefulness and materialism. so now you know what you h
. >>> fireworks celebrations across china ushered in the lunar new year. this is video from beijing where the government urged people to set off fewer fireworks this year because of recent high levels of air pollution. locally d.c.'s chinese-american community is getting ready for its parade. the parade kicks off at 2:00 this afternoon. watch out for road closures beginning this morning. >>> we have another traffic alert to pass along, roads in pentagon city are closed this morning for a 5k race. portions are shut down now or will be shut down within the hour. all should reopen by 10:30 this morning. >>> the debate over the redskins' name and logo stirred again. a symposium last week featured a discussion of whether the name should be changed. it is considered by many to be a racial slur about native americans. over the years, the teams' owners have opposed the change, citing tradition. and the redskins organization is offering no comment about the forum. we want to hear your thoughts. we posted the question on our facebook page, washington redskins, offensive name or part of tradition? t
in china celebrated the first few hours of the chinese new year saturday night. at midnight on the first day of the month in china's lunar calendar. it's a tradition they've been following for centuries. the media in china reports tens of thousands of firefighters and police officers were on standby -- in case of any fires and emergencies. the chinese government asked for fewer fireworks to light up the sky in an effort to reduce air pollution. and take a look at this! -- during the national anthem at a bakersfield condors hockey game on friday. the teams mascot got free from its handler and escaped across the ice. the handler managed to chase the condor down. but took a hard spill on the ice. allowing the large bird to get loose again. it then hopped across the ice and onto the bench sending some players and coaches running. eventually the condor headed down the tunnel to the lockerroom where its handler was able to capture it again. welcome back. we continue to follow developments on the if your sweet tooth is aching for something because cupcakes are kind of yesterday. >> this is a br
with these guys, and that will result in gridlock for the country which is horrible. if he does nixon and china, he can have storied stuff. >> katty, how much does he feel he has to do when he feels at the height of his confidence at the moment? >> he's got this kind of fairly short window, where he's just been re-elected. his first state of the union where he's not running for re-election. he can take that onboard and decide he's going to try and push his agenda. but the window is short because fairly soon the members of the house will start thinking about mid term elections. if he wants to get big things done, he'll have to do it soon. in 2012, he promised a fairer america. he raised taxes. with the house at the end of the year, we'll see if inequality levels start to come down in america. but the big thing he'll have to do is promise to get jobs for the country. we're living in a world where robots are cheap and efficient, and people are expensive and inefficient. he has to find a post manufacturing america and lay out a plan for it for job growth. and that's the single biggest priority. >>
china take rang in the lunar new year. . >>> first lady michelle obama joined family and friends in chicago today at a funeral for slain 15-year-old hadia pendleton. she was shot back on january 29th, not far from the obama's chicago home. and just days after performing with her school band at the presidential inauguration. now, police have not released an official motive yet, but they believe gang members may have mistaken pendleton and her friends for a rival gang. in addition to mrs. obama, several other dignitaries attended, including illinois governor pat quinn, chicago mayor rahm emanuel, reverend jesse jackson and education secretary arne duncan. >>> president obama used his weekly address today to press congress to prevent a series of automatic spending cuts from taking place on march 1st. the president says the cuts would strike a blow to the economy at a critical time. >> at a time when economists and business leaders from across the spectrum have said our economy is poised for progress, we shouldn't allow self-inflicted wounds to put that progress in jeopardy. >> congr
's a woman warrior but her detractors call her a bull in a china shop and a union buster which doesn't seem to bother her one bit. >> you're not really fazed at all about what people think about you. you seem to have your convictions and whatever people say, it just blows off your back. >> you know, i think that it's necessary to understand that when you want to change the status quo, when you're going to bring about a significant transformation to anything, you're going to get a lot of pushback. at the end of the day the way that i look at it is our public education system is broken. it is not working for the vast majority of children in this country. we are spending more money per child in this nation than almost any other developed country in the entire world and yet the results are lagging behind. and so we have to understand that there is a lot of work to be done, there are a lot of changes that need to happen. and, you know, if people wanting to push back against that, i'm okay with that as long as what we're doing is fighting for kids. >> but it's interesting because a lot of people
the authorities and hacking community . on the other hand, russia and china, the master hookers are courted. there was a young man aaron swarts. a pioneering figure in the internet who decileded he wanted to put all of the academic articles writen in journams on line and available to inch. to a professor we love this idea. but he accessed mit journals and the government was going to put him on trial for 35 years if found guilty. instead of a plea he killed himself. recently i took a position asking president obama to part're pardon a brilliant tust - autistic man to know about ufo's. he did a little bit of the disruption in the information systems and we spent 10 years trying to extradiet him from britain. he was a suicide threat and they would not exextradiet him. >> the president's fantasy of obama care is it becoming a farce and more facts revealed about the healthcare law leaves you feeling nauseous. we will expose obama care and all it is it about when we come back. >> i would like to hear fru. go to mikehuckabee.com. tell me what you think in the lead feed back seconds . hi. hi. i'm h
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